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The government sets a record: here are the top 10 problems reported by Americans • Good Medical

A new Gallup A survey asked Americans to name the biggest problem the US is currently facing – and once again, they named the # 1 government. In fact, it was not even close. Not only is the government still… Continue Reading →

Money problems linked to a higher risk of heart disease among African Americans

(Good Medical Health) – An American study suggests that African-American adults who often struggle to pay their bills are twice as likely to develop heart disease as their counterparts who do not have a lot of financial stress. Heart disease… Continue Reading →

Great doctor solves 3 common keto problems

There is a good reason for the ketogenic diet to be the first health-related search criterion on Google in 2018. Adopting a keto diet can absolutely transformer for your health, help you lose weight and lose weight, improve cognitive function… Continue Reading →

Nearly 8 million American children have mental problems

February 12, 2019 – Mental Health Problems among American children are common, according to a new survey, affecting about one in six school-aged children. The survey asked parents to anxiety, depression, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, because they… Continue Reading →

Nearly half of American patients with heart disease have medical problems

(Good Medical Health) – According to a US study, about 45% of Americans under 65 with cardiovascular disease have financial problems related to their medical bills. And nearly one in five can not afford to pay medical bills. "Patients and… Continue Reading →

10 Health Problems Every Woman Can Suffer and How to Fix It •

Nearly 3 out of 4 young women avoid consulting a gynecologist when necessary because they are embarrassed. Ladies, if you read this, be aware that your reproductive system is a miraculous force of nature and that you should never be… Continue Reading →

8 common foods that you can use to eliminate health problems •

Now that medicine is developing so rapidly, medications come in all possible forms and dosages. Whenever we face a health problem, we try to determine which capsules, tablets or drops we should take to relieve the symptoms. Spinach, turmeric, garlic… Continue Reading →

Could HPV be linked to heart problems in women too?

THURSDAY, February 7, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Some strains of HPV are known to cause cervical cancer and other types of tumors. A new study suggests that they could also contribute to heart disease. The researchers found that among more… Continue Reading →

Aging African Americans are hit by a double blow: health problems and financial problems

Rodney Brooks Special in the United States TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 5:59 pm EST on February 6, 2019 A series of health and financial issues are converging on African Americans as they age, causing them a potentially… Continue Reading →

Psoriasis medications may also help fight heart problems

TUESDAY, February 5, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Could the Chair inflammation who drives psoriasis and other immune-related diseases are a major player cardiac disease? In a new study, some psoriasis the drugs seemed to help keep the arteries clear, suggesting… Continue Reading →

Psoriasis medications can also help fight heart problems

Can inflammation at the origin of psoriasis and other immune-related diseases play a major role in heart disease? In a new study, some psoriasis medications seemed to help keep the arteries clear, suggesting such a link. "A heart attack is… Continue Reading →

6 problems that people who sleep more than 8 hours may face •

All those who wish to adopt a healthy lifestyle know that we must sleep for at least 8 hours to be safe. But not many people know that it is not recommended to sleep longer than that. In any case,… Continue Reading →

Nearly half of American adults have heart problems

THURSDAY, January 31, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Nearly half of US adults have high blood pressure, cardiac disease or a story of stroke, a new report shows. This figure is up sharply from what the American Heart Association (AHA) released… Continue Reading →

Early risers are less likely to develop mental health problems, "according to a study, night owls could be at higher risk due to the need to fight the natural clock •

Scientists have indicated that people who get up naturally are less likely to develop mental health problems than "night owls". A large-scale genetic study found that being biologically programmed to wake up early is associated with increased happiness and a… Continue Reading →

Lowering blood pressure could reduce the risk of memory problems, study finds

A new study discovers that a decrease in blood pressure could reduce the risk of developing a brain disorder that can lead to Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. One in three American adults high blood pressure and only… Continue Reading →

Scouted: If you have drinking water problems, you need this bottle • Good Medical

Drinking plenty of water each day is essential for your overall health and well-being. I know it, but I run into everyday life. I am known to spend days without taking a single sip of water, eventually feeling dehydrated and… Continue Reading →

Lead exposure in childhood related to mental health problems in adults

(Good Medical Health) – – Beyond the well-known effects of lead exposure in children on IQ, a new study suggests that lasting effects on the brain could extend to personality traits at adulthood. Of the more than 500 New Zealanders… Continue Reading →

During closed times, federal workers face health problems: "We are the ones who suffer"

Tamela Worthen has not been able to pay for her diabetes medications in a week, she said. Yvette Hicks said that her children had not been able to receive the appropriate treatment for their asthma. John Kostelnik said that he… Continue Reading →

When to take or not take aspirin to prevent heart problems

People without a heart condition who took daily low dose aspirin had a lower risk of heart attack, stroke, and death; however, the modest benefits achieved were outweighed by a major risk, research published Tuesday in the JAMA newspaper showed…. Continue Reading →

At 21, I am severely disabled and bedridden. I have a multitude of health problems caused by traumatic brain injury. I live my life from this bed. Ask me anything! • Good Medical

Proof Edit: I add a screenshot of my diagnoses listed on my Cleveland Clinic mychart. These are the only ones that fit the screen capture. Apparently, I have to prove it to some people by showing them my medical file…. Continue Reading →

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